Gregg has always been a personable man. The last time I was able to use his pharmacy was over 10 years ago. I have had to use Kaiser for the last 10 year's and it was ok. I decided not to stay with Kaiser because I found a great Dr and have been given the chance to stay with Gregg. The staff are amazing, they are very knowledgeable, and have even helped me with my transition back. If Kaiser wasn't so hard to prove loss of coverage, I wouldn't have had to wait to get important rx's filled properly. Sadly, you have to do the legwork to prove loss of coverage with Kaiser. At Greggs, that is not an issue. It takes 15 minutes to get your scripts ready, they give great explanations and they also help if you have a question about meds after you get home! The wait time on the phone is non existent. Calling Kaiser is a nightmare. So, if you have a concern, want your Rx's fast, all of your questions answered without even having to ask them, go to Gregg! You won't get better service! If you can't go to Gregg, I will sugeest one other place; El Tejon pharmacy. They are also great. I prefer to stay With Gregg because he has been there for me for over 20 years. He cares about every one of his clients, and he is amazing with his staff. You are treated like family when you walk into his place!
This is the worst oxygen provider no wonder Medicare advantage plan uses them. I was with Lincare for eight years, but do to my budget restraints I can. O longer pay for supplemental insurance so had to go with the UHC Medicare advantage plan for Kern county. I did my part Jan. 6 2016 and notified them I had to use Apria, they kindly faxed over the paperwork, not once three times and still this this day Feb 20, they claim they never received it. I am on hold again with UHC trying to resolve my issues. They are giving me the royal run around now they tell me to call Rotech for oxygen.
Wow, how much time do you need to spend in the pharmacy to know if the employees gossip? haha. Especially when most of them are separated from the customers. Anyway, I love the North Chester store. My husband has type 1 Diabetes, and it's usually a long wait at other pharmacies for his insulin and medications. Here it was maybe a ten minute wait. And while we waited the cashier showed us custom shoe inserts, and told us a little about them. And she was really sweet and helpful.